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Sega released an extended cut of Sonic: Lost World‘s “Deadly Six” trailer today, which also reveals the game’s release has been delayed by one week.

The trailer (embedded below) lets viewers select which of the Deadly Six they’d like to learn more about and see in action. Each spotlight ends with a listing of Lost World‘s release date, which is now October 29. Sonic: Lost World was originally scheduled hit shelves October 22, which Sega announced back in August.

No word on why the short delay has hit the Wii U- and 3DS-exclusive Sonic title, but it does butt up against Battlefield 4 and Assassin’s Creed IV now, which seems to be all kinds of unwise.

The delay only affects the North American release. Sonic: Lost World will still be available in Europe on October 18.

Sega also announced in August that a limited “Deadly Six” edition of the Wii U version  that contains new stages and boss battles inspired by Nights into Dreams would be available for those who pre-order the title.

Extended Sonic: Lost World ‘Dead Six’ Trailer Reveals New Release Date

By | 09/23/2013 03:05 PM PT

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Sega released an extended cut of Sonic: Lost World‘s “Deadly Six” trailer today, which also reveals the game’s release has been delayed by one week.

The trailer (embedded below) lets viewers select which of the Deadly Six they’d like to learn more about and see in action. Each spotlight ends with a listing of Lost World‘s release date, which is now October 29. Sonic: Lost World was originally scheduled hit shelves October 22, which Sega announced back in August.

No word on why the short delay has hit the Wii U- and 3DS-exclusive Sonic title, but it does butt up against Battlefield 4 and Assassin’s Creed IV now, which seems to be all kinds of unwise.

The delay only affects the North American release. Sonic: Lost World will still be available in Europe on October 18.

Sega also announced in August that a limited “Deadly Six” edition of the Wii U version  that contains new stages and boss battles inspired by Nights into Dreams would be available for those who pre-order the title.

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